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Surgical suction tip

Small. Removes blood tissue debris without removing blood clot

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HVE

Used to remove saliva, blood, water, and debris. Retract tongue/cheek. Reduce bacterial aerosol from high speed handpiece

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Operative suction tip

Large circumference straight or slight angle in middle, disposable

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Where do u position the HVE

Place before handpiece and mirror, position tip tooth closest, parallel to tooth surface, edge even/ a little beyond occlusal/incisal edge

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Where u place saliva ejector

Under tongue

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When saliva ejector used

Prophylaxis, placing sealant, fluoride treatment, moisture control under dental dam, ortho bonding, bridge/crown

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Limited area rinsing

When dentist exits mouth and pauses for inspection. Quick/efficiently/frequently

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Full mouth rinsing

Entire mouth needs freshening after long procedure. HVE used

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Air water syringe

Close to site, air on mouth mirror, rinse/dry area after handpiece stops

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Isolation of teeth

Helps keep area dry. Easy to apply, protective, comfortable, better visualization

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Cotton rolls

Positioned by salivary gland ducts to absorb saliva flow/close to working site

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What are cotton rolls used for

Examinations, application of sealants, cementing castings, simple restorations

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Advantages of cotton rolls

Easily applied, no other equipment required, flexible, comes in diff sizes

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Disadvantages of cotton rolls

Not complete isolation, no protection from aspiration, can rip oral mucosa, replaced frequently, limited retraction

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Dry angle

Isolated posterior areas. Placed over stensens duct opposite maxillary molar

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Dental dam size

Continuous roll or 2 precut sizes 6x6 (posterior perm) or 5x5 (primary or anterior perm)

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Dam color

Green, blue, and pastels. Dark used to add contrast and reduce glare

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Dam thickness

Thin endodontic application (one tooth less stretch needed), medium operative (easy to handle), heavy tissue retraction/extra resistance to tearing (crown, bridge, tight contacts)

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Dental dam frame

Stabilizes/stretches dam tightly around teeth

20

Plastic U-shaped frame

UNDER dam (by face) b/c its radiolucent

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Young frame

Stainless steal, placed outside dam and dam stretched over projection of frame (comfort holds away from face)

22

Ostby frame

Round plastic, sharp projections, outside dam and dam stretched over.

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Dental dam napkin

Disposable, placed between face and dam, increase comfort absorbs moisture.

24

Lubricants

By patients lips (zinc oxide, petroleum jelly), water soluble placed on underside of dam to help dam slide over teeth/interproximal (no petroleum jelly)

25

Dam punch size 5

Largest used for molar being clamped

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Size 4

Large hole for molars

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Size 3 hole

Medium hole used for premolars

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Size 2 hole

Small used for maxillary anteriors

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Size 1 hole

Smallest used for mandibular anteriors

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Bow

Round part of dental clamp visible in mouth after dam placed

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Dental dam is _______ around tooth to create seal to prevent leakage

Inverted

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Jaw

Part of dental dam clamp stabilized around anchored tooth

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Stylus

Sharp pointed tool for cutting

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Septum

Piece of dam between each punched hole

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What are suction tips made of

Stainless steal and plastic

36

Sealant placement isolation method

Cotton rolls

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Isolation for restoration of class 5 composite resin

Cotton rolls

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What stabilizes and stretches dam away from face

Frame

39

What cavity class would use anterior dam clamp

Class 2 on tooth 18

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What grasp used when using HVE

Pen and thumb to nose

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Reason for inverting dam

Prevent saliva leakage

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What is positioned on clamp before positioned on tooth

Dental floss

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Limited rinse uses

Air water syringe and HVE